Boston.com says, in a sign that the whole pink-everything for breast cancer awareness may have gone a little too far, WBZ, CBS News' Boston affiliate reports that police in Greenfield, Massachusetts, have announced that they will use pink handcuffs during the month of October, which is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Officers will also wear pins that say: "Arrest Breast Cancer -- Unlock the Cure." The Greenfield Police Department announced this is a press release, saying: "Officers . . . have "gone pink" in order to raise awareness for the disease! All of our officers have changed their collar pins, which were blue and white state seals to pink and white pins which state "ARREST BREAST CANCER -- UNLOCK THE CURE" surrounding a pink ribbon and a pair of handcuffs. Some of our officers have even replaced their on duty silver handcuffs with pink ones and will be using them during the course of their work day." What do you think? Will this help raise Breast Cancer Awareness?